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eMaintenance LAB

Together with external stakeholders, we will shortly present eMaintenance Lab for simulations and conceptual workshops in the area of Operation and Maintenance Engineering.



  • Support maintenance researcher and industrial partners to conceptualise and develop new innovative eMaintenance solutions


  • Provision of a collaborative platform for eMaintenance

i.e. a combination of SW and HW for establishment of effective and efficient information logistics within the maintenance process

  • Process-oriented
  • Service-oriented
  • Event-driven

Some benefits

  • A common platform for maintenance research, with focus on eMaintenance
  • Provision of best practices and patterns
  • Small scale models of real world environment (for pre-verification)
  • Data processing capability (Large Data Sets)
  • Knowledge sharing
  • Common repository
  • Data acquisition procedure
  • Reusability - Data / Logic (Software)
  • Collaborative environment
  • Digital research library
  • Support to researcher with focus on other aspects of maintenance
  • Data warehousing – technologies & methodologies
  • Data mining – technologies & methodologies
  • Simulation capability
  • Understanding the real world constraints (using real world parameters)
  • Broad casting new technologies & methodologies


  • Industrial Partners
  • Academic alliances
  • Maintenance strategy
  • Organisation
  • Personnel
  • Costs
  • Financing model (short term & long term)
  • Projects
  • Faculty
  • Sponsoring


Ramin Karim


Lab Coordinator eMaintenance LAB

Ramin Karim

Karim, Ramin - Professor

Organisation: Operation and Maintenance, Operation, Maintenance and Acoustics, Department of Civil, Environmental and Natural Resources Engineering
Phone: +46 (0)920 492344
Room: T2070 - Luleå»